5 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Reston in 2016

Here are the five residential transactions that closed for the highest dollar amount in 2016:

  1. 11990 Market St. #2101 sold for its full asking price of $1.6M. The 1BR/3BA, 2,075 sqft penthouse-level unit carries a condo fee of $1,165.42/month.
  2. 1830 Fountain Drive #1505 sold for $1.525M (listed at $1,549,900) received a contract after 234 days on the market. The 3BR/3.5BA penthouse in The Paramount boasts 3,000 sqft and a $1,178/month condo fee.
  3. 1484 Waterfront Road, $1,347,500 (5BR/3.5BA)
  4. 2637 Fox Mill Road, $1.335M (5BR/5FBA/2HBA)
  5. 11570 Lake Newport Road, $1.3M (5BR/3.5BA)

Comparatively, in 2015, here are the five residential transactions that closed for the highest dollar amount:

  1. 11308 Stoneledge Court, $2.3M (8BR/11FBA/2HBA)
  2. 11990 Market St. #2104 closed at full asking price of $1.7M. The 2BR/2.5BA penthouse unit of 1,986 sqft has a $1,041.78/month condo fee.
  3. 11310 Stoneledge Ct., $1.6M (5BR/7BA)
  4. 1203 Bishopsgate Way, $1.5M (7BR/6.5BA)
  5. 11569 Lake Newport Road, $1.5M (4BR/3.5BA)

As of Jan. 1, 2017, there are 157 properties on the market in Reston for sale, ranging from $129,990 for a 1BR/1BA in Thoreau Place (a 55+ community) to $1,299,900 for a 5BR/4.5BA single family home in the Estates at Wyndham Hills.

Advertisements

More Reston development news; 5 Q’s to ask about flood insurance

Local Real Estate News

  • waterfront houses
    Image credit PBS

    CoreSite to spend $60M in acquiring Sunrise Technology Park, $90M on first phase of new development, $500M on building out space over time (via RestonNow)

  • Of the roughly 20M sqft of vacant office space in Fairfax County, JBG principal Greg Trimmer said a disproportionate amount sits in suburban office parks, while Reston Town Center has just 3 percent vacancy(via BisNow)
  • Charts: D.C.’s rents rising, homeownership dropping (via Curbed DC)
  • 5 questions to ask about flood insurance (via PBS, NPR, Frontline)
  • For fun: Woman who now owns the “Brady Bunch” house thwarted burglars attempting to enter her home (via realtor.com)

Continue reading “More Reston development news; 5 Q’s to ask about flood insurance”

The Uber waiting room, updating dated decor and Family STEM Night

Local Real Estate News

Continue reading “The Uber waiting room, updating dated decor and Family STEM Night”

Are the Washington Redskins coming to Reston? Plus, D.C. median home price hits $566K

Local Real Estate News

Continue reading “Are the Washington Redskins coming to Reston? Plus, D.C. median home price hits $566K”

Clinton campaign office coming to Lake Anne; Update on St. Johns Wood and One Reston Town Center

P7070167
Pedestrian bridge to Reston-Wiehle metro station

Local Real Estate News

Three important Reston real estate development updates, thanks to RestonNow:

Continue reading “Clinton campaign office coming to Lake Anne; Update on St. Johns Wood and One Reston Town Center”

Where will mortgage rates go?; Community meeting on new development Aug. 4

Local Real Estate News

Continue reading “Where will mortgage rates go?; Community meeting on new development Aug. 4”

Growing old in the suburbs; Reston Library events for kids, teens

Local Real Estate News

  • Regional panel OKs bus-rapid-transit for Tysons-Alexandria corridor (via Inside NOVA)
  • Metrobus riders have a higher risk of injury and are much more likely to be in a collision and experience crime than bus riders in other metropolitan areas, according to a WMATA report (via Greater Greater Washington)
  • Many boomers in denial over possible problems of growing old in the suburbs (via The Herald)
  • These prefab homes can be built in three weeks (via Wired)

Continue reading “Growing old in the suburbs; Reston Library events for kids, teens”